Hubbell Building Automation Joins the Connected Lighting Alliance

Hubbell Lighting, a world leader in lighting innovation, announced today that Hubbell Building Automation (HBA) has become a Member of The Connected Lighting Alliance. The lighting world is on the eve of a paradigm shift towards wireless connectivity, and HBA’s industry-leading products offer the simplest and most convenient form of new lighting control.

By supporting open standards, the Connected Lighting Alliance encourages compatibility between companies and products while removing confusion for consumers in the marketplace. These standards simplify the purchasing process and allow customers to select best of class solutions that work seamlessly together—eliminating a serious barrier to widespread adoption of wireless lighting solutions.

“The use of wireless technology is one of the most exciting frontiers in lighting control, offering significant benefits over traditional wired solutions for both existing buildings and new construction,” said Terry Arbouw, Director of Business Development at HBA. “We look forward to working closely with The Connected Lighting Alliance on the promotion of a unified approach to wireless connectivity”.

Simon den Uijl, Secretary General of The Connected Lighting Alliance added, “We are glad that Hubbell Building Automation, a major player in the field of lighting solutions for commercial buildings, decided to join our alliance. This is especially important for our activity regarding wireless connectivity standards for lighting solutions in commercial buildings, as we want to make sure the opinions of all the key players are included.”

For additional information on Hubbell Building Automation, please visit www.hubbell-automation.com. To learn more about the Connected Lighting Alliance, visit: http://www.theconnectedlightingalliance.org/home/.

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